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Fountain City Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 17, 1854, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin DAILY HERALD flu Lac Wisconsin AUGUST 17 1854 OF THE CITY All Communications Advertisements for the Daily must be ed iu ly 13 o'clock the day A Call for The Racine Advocate of Friday last seconds the following call upon Judge WORDING of that city for ation to lu pledge given to by President to tiie elect o of 1852 that lie would favor for and Harbor Will you inform me Franklin Pierce who vetoed the Kiver and Improvement is the Frank Pierce whom a certain judge made a pilgrimage to New shire to in the fall of the year leel obliged if he will pul from his memorandum tho winds as they from the honied lips of ting improvements My vote foi Pierce was given on the laith of that I I have been bamboozled and 1 am sorry our Judge of Probate fell in- to inch reprobate company yours SAND BAH If we are not mistaken BOKIO citizens of Milwaukee were present at convers tion between ten PIE cis and Judge At any rate the given to the electors of State by the Democratic leaders and organs that Gen 1 I elect tid would not veto River and Harbor Improvement Hills It was in this thousands of for him Let those who led them now come forward and show that had for v hat said and that resident in this MS in many violated the promises made Mini pledges given before election Sentinel These must be pleasant reflections to revolving in the minds of so portion western citizens when they remember that the facts which have now transpired were foretold by almost every independent minded man in the land diring tho entire canvass in 1852 Hut the interest of the great and growing west was sacrificed on alter of party prejudices and zeal Our young and rapidly advancing commerce was bartered away to party triumph and now not only the lake but the whole west is painfully re mi ruled of the blindness would not we that the democratic party lias always been a banier Millions for But not one Cent for How long will the American people ly submit to a Veto Policy which arrests River improvement and deprives Lakes of long irust Commerce ish by blows dolt by an Executive Arm If a tithe of this injustice were visited upon South instead of the North we should have had to set up nights to preserve the we have patiently ted 16 for twenty-five would have been held by them as a sufficient Dis- union in two years And yet on we go term after term taking these destructive as submissively as Slaves take the lash or children birch The River furnishes nage annually for Foreign export than the entire valuation of Virginia and the And yet to the narrow construction of the Politicians of those Slates the Commerce of this noble river is cripple ing Do your duty Will you becomes the suns of worthy sires or tamely bow your necks ahd hold out jour arms for the manacles the pure virgin soil of the north be d by the blood of human beings trickling from the lash of the M or you trusting in the God of your manfully follow our lead 1 uhas done her duty will you do yours To joju we commit the contest and upon vou the responsibility Tribine Dangerous Counterfeit the eon by Vetoes le North and West are not the n ost abject and spiritless of their race the River and Policy will die out with this miserable PIERCE himself is as used up as who preceded him in apostacy but that is not sufficient Hereafter no man who will strench his carcas across the path of River and Harber Improvement should r cieve the Vote of a Northern or Western State And Franklin Pierce should now be held up to universal abhorrence as the man who proved a ing in ka and Kansas who asked for to conquer cr purchase Cuba and who re- fused to sign a for Harbor Im- Albany Evening Journal THE LAKE SMOKE RAILROAD It is truly gratifying to know that this very important work to progress in spile of the tx treme stringency of the money Up to the the Wisconsin section of the road had expended in right ol way fencing grading bridging and iron Contracts have been made for the of the iron and the contractors sai that tiny are prepaid to finish it to the Illinois State line by the 1st of January where meet the Chicago section which is to be completed at the same time We cannot the importance of placing waukee with in barely five hours distance of after the close of Lake navigation Wisconsin Our attention has been called by the ler Bank to which lias appear the Valley Bank It is i Five paper rather thin and the engraving is verry done there is a pale tr the The coat of arms the State o New York on the upper left hand corner From the Y Tribune From Washington on examination will be found fect The imprint of Hatch Edson New York will b found not to be regular and straight sons will Jo well to refuse all fives on this bank they aie familiar with the Democrat Monday MISSOURI Republican of morning claims the election of the following Whigs to Congress M KENNETT 2d PORTER J 4th OLIVER MILLER CARATHERS In tha District JHONSON Benton Democrat is supposed to be elected over PHELPS At and present Member Iii tho Legislature as far as beard from the Whigs Members the Benton crats J 4 and tho 20 of the late on Sunday afternoon was Washington Thursday Aug 10 1854 Mr Hurt the Third Auditor has nut yet accepted the Governorship of Nebraska M 1.1 of M line Gideon brother of the ator and Mr Johnson of Mississippi the present Chief Clerk in the Sixth Auditor's Office are spoken of for Third Auditor Renewed efforts are being made to John Commissioner of the Land Office Judge Douglas is after him with a sharp stick He is charged with be- ing a Know-Nothing and a Whig Judge Young of Illinois ex Senator and of the House Representatives is urged tot the office Wilson is a valuable General Cuss desires his continuance iu of The association adjourned to meet al Racine on the third Wednesday of August next Fond du Lac was ted by a dele vation consisting of the owing Miss L Ward VanNess J W Atherton and Your humble E H For the Herald Mr EDITOR By the Unions last I learn that Congress has made an of ten thousand dollars for a li tice The Administration is setting pegs to acquire Cuba There is nothing definite about the town For the Fountain City Herald The Wisconsin Teacher's The above named association was called to order on the McMynn President n the chair with a small attendance withstanding our small number we were not to give up the ship ami ve soon by the arrival ol number of other members and also by a accession to our roll In the afternoon we in the House and listened to an interesting appropriate address from Mr McMynn Upon the next day an excellent by J L Principal LAND GRADUATE pears from a statement in the Washington tar that contrary to tho the introduced by Mr Cobb of Alabama to graduate the price of public lands actually and having been signed by the President has become a law The religious ice largely at tented place at the First Presbyterian Church Mi SPENCK Among the wen A Jr S S DAGGETT H A W HATCH and C ARD The of the shipping in port were at half mast during the day in token of re- spect of the memory of the Harbor and River Improvement Tl e masses have heed told by lying ag gnes that this and the cratic would well the interests of iho west Tic it it and the addle pated sung find democra ic ty It and now i yes and now 0 ye people behold how cheaply have vou sold out your dearest rights and bartered away your n ost cherished principles A to improve Western and has baen How consoling must be the idea that it is a democratic HEALTH were but five fix m Cholera in Chicago on Sat unlay and five on Sunday The disease has disappeared there and and bua rapidly increasing 000 immigrants arrived O nt New York on the morning of the lOtl without having any sickness among them On the 10th inst Hun J C was lying dangerously ill at the Pavillion House in New Haven Conn The Berlin C our ant We fully endorse the saying of the Pick Gad that the only sure way of w here goods are sold cheap is by ing the advertising columns of a newspaper who are selling goods cheap and ing a flourishing business can and do ad- vertise while those on the eve of cy or who do a small cannet afford to let it The Buffalo Democracy published the following ling despatches from Wellington Washington Aug 9 It had been decided in a meeting of the Cabinet to proceed against James M for the crime of High Treason Tho has given the recent assault upon the President is within the act of June 11 1818 Mr Pierce feels it to be his duty to resent in a becoming manner the gross indignity committed on his upon the Chief Magistracy of the Republic The cordially sympathises with him It is now known that the eggs were tually rotten and not hard-boiled THE hot air steamer made a trial trip down New York Bay on Thursday Only one engine was in use the other not being ready and it is said was making abo it nine or ten an hour as shfl passed tiie steamer is den with coal for a voyage to Europe and Judge of died in that town on Friday of 33 He was a of Lebanon Maine and emigrated to Manitowoc in 1846 In 1852 and 53 he faithfully represented County i i the State Legislature A and two young daughters mourn for a departed husband and father and Manito woe deplores the of a valued and inent IOWA TO HER SISTER Iowa is Redeemed Yes our noble young State has spoken in thunder lones words that will tell upon her recreant Senators and upon the foes of Freedom every where the East have ty Is Freedom worth struggling Will you too come to the Or will you with unprincipled timidity from the contest Freedom or Slavery Sisters what say The spirits of our noble sires from high spheres which they inhabit stoop o hear your answer what is your reply We urge you by the holy ties of lood which should bind Freemen one to by all the suffering and sacrifices of our Fathers by the memory of Concord and Bunker Hill and by the cries of crushed and loO tons of iron Steam has been for hot air but the steam is generated and applied on a new principle Later from Mexico Election at Baltimore 14 Dates from Mexico to the ultimo aiv received The i evolution in Michoacan was still progressing The insurgents in capturing the town uf with iM Alvarez Ind established his head quarters at The Government troops had suffered eral defeats I he Know have elected th Auditor and Commissioners at th late election Alabama The ship cleared a few days since from Charleston fur Liverpool with a cargo valued at The U S slip Cyane which arrive on board Mr Fabien commercial agent Greytown Th in a bad Condition will probabl be laid up Melancholy per sons house at the mouth of Fond du Lac River To the uninitiated like myself this must pear not only unexpected but very strange and I wish through vour upon the Organ here fora on the subject In the first place I wish to know what necessity there is for who has asked for it whose benefit it was intended and to it will And then I should like to have the Union inform us whether it siders that a National Work this is a Constitutional and also whether this appropriation is in dance with present Democratic doctrines on that subject While the editor is doing this I would suggest that it would be extremely inter- to his readers and the community generaly if he give us Speeches and arguments made by Mr 1 cy in favor of appropriation Come Mr Union do give us a little on this sub- ject A DEMOCRAT j OF LETTERS REMAINING IN TIIE POST OFFICE AT EMPIRE FOND DU LAC C AVIS Messrs Stolp Sutton Mr John ven Fuller Win P Valentine Johanna John Henry W Stearns John Campbell JAS M P.M EMPIRE Aug 1854 THESE AUK MV Nrt many ago sent us a a sermon preached at of a minister who died and n f the towns of Massachusetts Tiie of the Platteville Academy Your pondent also addressed the The addresses with the proceedings are to be published in a form I wish to say of Mr that altho he is principal of the conducted and most Academy in the State In- is a true friend of Public Schools and is willing to devote time and money Cor then advancement lie thinks our Public Schools can and should be m dw to as good an education as the very best of Academies and Seminaries He is de- sirous of seeing Midi a change of sentiment n his own vicinity that his academy ca changed lo a School 1 Mention this because most of the te idlers private schools contend that Public Schools should beef a lower order than Schools when in our cities and they should be of a much rder than private Schools are Chancellor Lathrop II A Wright State J G J L i and K i i S ol 1 I'm lodges were appointed t commute e and we could not help but think an Educa Journal if means can be raised for its support er in a el quent strain upon ft: the devoid of the I and the ers which had attended his ministry llo presented before the bringing ls he souls he had been m saving an 1 saying with a proud humility while Heaven rang with hallelujahs are my j wels We turned from the glowing picture of the life and death of man to the count of a meeting of brewers and distillers winch was presided over Sy one of the Pecatonica Aug 12 EDITOR DEM most loss of life place morning about one roile from The house of Mr was struck by ning by which himself and four of his dren the oldest twelve years of age were instantly killed In Consequence of the ex- treme heat W the weather the con- of Mr and Mfs Mar bant and five children had left beds and were ing on the ed the kitching by tl tn the floor lv tarion and death an Only the i remain 1 Truly this fair You i oor The fluid e pipe ence it spread ong the unconscious lother and one child is a heart-rending The propriety of holding Teacher's tutes the necessity of a of text books the existing demand fur a Normal School and many other topics of interest to educational men were discussed It was a source of the greatest regret to the of the ass that sick ness prevented the of the State Supt of Public Instruction The tion was ready with him and to render him assistance in holding a series of institutes in the parts of state during the next fall Tney alsb de- sired to consult with him upon the proper school books to recommend and generally to afford him such aid as he might desire in awakening an interest in favor ol Schools and good ones too state The officers elected for the ensuing year lire as G McMynn of Racine Vice B Goodrich of Mineral R O Kellogg of Prof 0 M Gonover wf Madison Y Kilgore of Madison Hodges of Fond du Lac Executive Com- L of Platteville Prof M Sterling of Madison W VanNess Of the wonderful there would be oil the day of accounting between the good man A hose funeral sermon we had read and the The one V-l pre himself for judgment with the souls redeemed through and emphatic language of tho preacher my jewels Tho other by an army of lost souls M up from the the brothels tlw i tens the prisons and the gallows stately ns the abodes of wealth from the hovels of poverty from all the wi e between these presenting hem before the Majesty of Heaven shouting profanities and as ibe of his in ing labors i I and saying these are my jewels There is an eternal distinction between Fond du Lac C Childs L Stacy of Madison that may well be counted as m fv J L UKK Mr Heath saw a ruffianly driver most a miserable and remonstrating with reeved use jt as a J much irritated by il laid two or three sharr blows of his 111 over u who crouching and cow him with his stick 4 Erskine mj stick is own may I not UN it as I
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